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Pathology News and Events
New faculty joining Pathology
We welcome Haseeba Dojki-Khan, MBBS, MD, D(ABMM). Dr. Dojki-Khan is joining us in the capacity of Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine.
We welcome Ujiwal Baid, PhD, to our department. Dr. Baid is joining us in the capacity of Assistant Professor of Computational Pathology.
We welcome Baheti Bhakti, PhD, to our department. Dr. Bhakti will be joining us as Assistant Professor of Computational Pathology.
71st Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Society of Cytopathology
The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine was well represented at the recent 71st Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Society of Cytopathology in Austin, TX on Nov. 15-19, 2023.
From left to right: former resident Dr. Diane Davey; former fellow and current chair and laboratory director, pathology section, IU Health North Hospital Dr. Howard Wu; current IUHPL pathologist Dr. Sheila Segura, cytotechnology graduate and current IUHPL cytotechnologist Ben Shuler; cytotechnology graduate and current program director Barbara McGahey Frain; former resident and faculty member Dr. Ann Moriarty; cytotechnology graduate Nick Frain; Dr. and Mrs. Michael Feldman; former fellow Dr. Kevin Neill; cytotechnology graduate and current IUHPL supervisor of cytopathology Jennifer Kernodle-Zimmer; cytotechnology graduate and administrative director of pathology & laboratory services at Eskenazi Health Margee Muciarelli; and cytotechnology graduate and education coordinator Josh Howell.
Ben and Dr. Segura (along with other colleagues) presented a poster. Dr. Feldman presented the New Frontiers lecture about recent advances in technology.
Additionally cytotechnology alumni JJ and Whitney Mena, now residing in Texas, made an appearance. Katie Hughes is a cytotechnology graduate currently working for Hologic, Inc. and former resident Shannon Kratzer is a practicing pathologist in the Austin area.
Former resident and current fellow Dr. Mohammad Saad was in attendance and also presented a poster. Joining him are Dr. Harvey Cramer, director of cytopathology, and Dr. Michael Feldman, chair of the department.
Dr. Rudy Schwenk, second from left, was the first cytopathology fellow (and IU School of Medicine graduate and resident)!
The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine conducts a bi-weekly Grand Rounds education series. Grand Rounds are held in both a Zoom and live audience format. Participants are able to receive continuing medical education (CME) credit. Grand Rounds serves as an integral part of the educational experience across all levels of learning—attendance is encouraged for medical students, residents, fellows and faculty as well as our collaborating IU Health partners in pathology across multiple disciplines. Topics and presenters are selected to reflect timely issues and knowledge in the ever developing world of pathology.